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May 21, 2013

De Anza College’s CDI CAD programs bright future

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 8:24 pm
De Anza College’s CDI program

As we come to the end of the Spring term and also to the end of the existing CDI program certificates we wish to again notify you as to the reorganization of CDI and its future.

Some exciting new AS degrees are being considered using the classes listed under the CAD- Mechanical Design Certificate and in conjunction with the MCNC and ART departments:

  • Industrial and Product Design AS degree
  • Design and Manufacturing AS Degree.

We will keep you informed as to the status of these two new degrees, Normally it will take 1-2 years for curriculum to approve a new AS degree.
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If you have past certificate needs contact me. I will meet with you personally or through emails (lamitgary@fhda.edu). Petitions can be used to substitute a class for a missing one if not offered.

At the bottom of this email you will find an extensive assortment of De Anza, Foothill, West Valley, and Evergreen Valley classes in ACAD, Inventor, SolidWorks, REVIT, Architecture, Manufacturing, Engineering, and Drafting that can be used as replacements for CDI classes that are no longer available. West Valley has a complete program in architecture and multiple classes in REVIT and ACAD. The other colleges have multiple classes in SolidWorks and ACAD.

We look forward to the new program and degrees.

Sincerely,

Gary CDI Department Chair
Paul
CDI full time instructor
Max
CDI lab coordinator
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CDI 2013-2014

CAD- Mechanical Design Certificate- 18 units (approximately 400 hours)

2 units  CDI51 GD and T (50 hours)
4 units  CDI60 SolidWorks Beginning (90 hours)
4 units  CDI61 SolidWorks Intermediate (90 hours)
4 units  CDI70 Creo Beginning (90 hours)
4 units  CDI71 Creo Intermediate (90 hours)
18 units
CAD Lab Classes (approximately 400 hours)
(CDI will move to the open lab on the first floor of the ATC building in the Winter of 2014. At this time we will offer lab variations that allow use of the general lab during the facilities open hours, not just the listed class times.)

2-units CDI101 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Beginning
2-units CDI102 CAD Lab SolidWorks Beginning
2-units  CDI103 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Intermediate
2-units CDI104 CAD Lab SolidWorks Intermediate
2-units CDI105 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Advanced
2-units CDI106 CAD Lab SolidWorks Advanced
2-units CDI107 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Surfaces
2-units CDI108 CAD Lab SolidWorks Surfaces
2-units CDI109 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Sheetmetal
2-units CDI110 CAD Lab Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

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Classes that can substitute for CDI classes no longer offered:
At De Anza:
ENGR 10
Introduction to Engineering
4 1/2
ENGR 35
Statics
4
ENGR 37
Introduction to Circuit Analysis
5
MCNC 64
Manufacturing Materials and Processes
4
MCNC 71
Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes
4 ½
MCNC 75A
Introduction to Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC)
4 ½
MCNC 75B
Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Adv. Mill
4 ½
MCNC 75C
Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Lathe, Horz. Mill
4 ½
MCNC 76C
CAD/CAM Programming Using Mastercam
(Introduction to Mastercam)
4 ½
MCNC 76H
CAD/CAM Programming Using Mastercam
(Surfaces, 3D Tool Paths)
4 ½
MCNC 76M
CAD/CAM Programming Using Mastercam
(Horizontal, 4th Axis, Lathe)
4 ½
MCNC 77
Conventional Machine Tools, Tool Design, Abrasive Machining
4 ½
MCNC 72
Applied GD&T; Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)
3
At Foothill:
ENGR 10 Introduction to Engineering (4 units)
ENGR 35 Statics (5 units)
ENGR 45 Properties of Materials (5 units)
ENGR 37 Introduction to Circuit Analysis (5 unit

At West Valley:

Arch 045
Architectural Building Codes
3
Arch 050
Construction Materials & Methods
3
Arch 051
Architectural Graphics: Drawing & Sketching
3
Arch 052
Architectural Graphics: Color Rendering
3
Arch 053
Introduction to Architectural & Environmental Design
3
Arch 056
Basic Architectural Design
3
Arch 057
Architectural Model Making
1
Arch 058
Introduction to Revit Architecture
3
Arch 059
3D Studio Max: 3D Rendering
3
Arch 060
Green Building & Sustainable Design
3
Arch 061
Architectural Design I
3
Arch 062
Architectural Design II
3
Arch 063
Architectural Design III
3
Arch 066
Advanced Revit Architecture
3
Arch 040
Fundamentals of Historic Preservation
2
Arch 041
Science of Materials in Historic Preservation
3
Arch 042
Architectural Restoration & Rehabilitation
3
Arch 043
Styles in Architecture
2
Arch 046
History of Architecture
3
Arch 047
History of Modern Architecture
3
Arch 084
Sustainability in Landscape Architecture
3
Engr 003A
Basic Technical Drafting
3
Engr 003B
Intermediate Technical Drafting
3
Engr 003C
Advanced Technical Drafting
3
Engr 004
Introduction to Computer-Aided Design
3
Engr 005
Advanced Computer-Aided Design
3
Engr 006
Engineering Problem Solving Using Matlab
4
Engr 006A
Matlab
0.5
Engr 008
Plane Surveying
3
Engr 009
Intro to 3D Drawing With Pro-E
3
Engr 010
Introduction to Engineering
4
Engr 020
Engineering Graphics
3
Engr 025
Introduction to Materials
3
At Evergreen Valley:
CADD-130 - Fundamentals of AutoCAD
This course is a computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) course in which the students will learn the fundamentals of using AutoCAD software. The students will learn basic CADD techniques that are used to draw and edit drawing entities; manipulate screen displays; write text; lay out drawings; print and plot drawings; apply dimensions; and manage drawing files. An introduction to computer use will be included in this course and previous knowledge of computers or computer programming is not required.
Units: 3

CADD-131 - AutoCAD 2
This course is a computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) course where students will learn intermediate to advanced applications of AutoCAD software. Specific areas to be covered in this course include: working in model and paper space; drawing and viewing in 3-D space; creating 3-D models; using blocks with attributes; working with external references; rendering; understanding user coordinate system; AutoCAD and the Internet; advanced drawing, editing, and configuration procedures; and an introduction to user- level system customization.
Units: 2

CADD-132 - Using Mechanical Desktop
Mechanical Desktop is an integrated CADD package of advanced 3-D modeling tools, and 2-D drafting and drawing capabilities that help conceptualize, design, and document mechanical products. This course is an advanced computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) course where students learn to use Mechanical Desktop software.
Units: 2

CADD-133 - Using Autodesk Inventor
Inventor is a feature-based, solid modeling tool intended for people who want to create and develop mechanical designs in a 3-D environment. This course is a computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) course wherein the students will learn the fundamentals of Autodesk Inventor software.
Units: 2

CADD-134 - Advanced Autodesk Inventor
This advanced Autodesk Inventor course extends what was learned in the Using Autodesk Inventor course by addressing topics that include advanced model creation techniques, sheet metal design, top-down assemblies, use of design elements, and creation of presentations.
Units: 2

CADD-135 - Introduction to Autodesk Land Desktop
CADD 135 is a computer-aided drafting and design course that focuses on the use of Autodesk Land Desktop software. In this course, students will become familiar with the interface and command sets of Land Desktop while learning to create typical civil engineering project data. Working with points, creating surfaces, performing terrain modeling, drawing and editing lines and curves, layout of parcels and performing labeling tasks are concepts included in the project work for this course.
Units: 2

CADD-138 - Work Experience
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
Units: 1 – 8

CADD-139 - Using SolidWorks
SolidWorks is a feature-based, solid modeling tool intended for people who want to create and develop mechanical designs in a 3-D environment. This course is a computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) course wherein the students will learn the fundamentals of SolidWorks software.
Units: 2

CADD-140A - CADD Applications – Basic Drafting
This course is a beginning level drafting/CADD course focusing on the standardized concepts of technical drafting. The fundamental drafting concepts of orthographic projection, sketching, section views, auxiliary views, dimensioning practices, and drawing annotations used in a variety of industrial, civil architectural and business applications will be covered.
Units: 2

CADD-140B - CADD Applications – Detailing and Assemblies
This course is a CADD course focusing on the application of drafting concepts using orthographic projection, sketching, section views, auxiliary views, dimensioning practices, and drawing annotations. The creation of detail and assembly drawing documentation typically done in a variety of industries.
Units: 2

CADD-141 - CADD Applications – Design
This course is a drafting/design/CADD course where students learn to use 2-D and 3-D CADD techniques when designing single objects and assemblies of objects. Analysis of current design practices and/or manufacturing processes will be included through research of standards, catalogs, data sheets, drawings, and other reference sources. Students will prepare layouts and formal drawings of their designs, and all documentation will be expressed using appropriate conventions. A variety of typical industrial and business design problems, typically done using CADD techniques, will be explored.
Units: 2

CADD-142 - Modern Dimensioning and Tolerancing
CADD 142 is a theory course that focuses on a study of dimensioning and tolerancing based on ASME Y14.5M-1994 standards. Emphasis will be given to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing concepts, tolerance studies, general dimensioning and tolerancing techniques and theory. An introduction to the newest related standard, ASME Y14.41-2003 Digital Product Definition Data Practices, will be included.
Units: 2

CADD-144A - Architectural CADD Applications
CADD 144A is an architectural drafting course where the students will apply CADD techniques to typical architectural drawing and design problems. The drawing and detailing of floor plans, foundation plans, sections, interior and exterior elevations and plot plans will be included in this course. All drawing projects will enhance the students’ knowledge of the nomenclature and methods applied to the architectural and building industries.
Units: 2

CADD-144B - Architectural CADD Applications
CADD 144B is an architectural drafting course where the students will apply CADD techniques to typical architectural drawing and design problems. The application and creation of typical drawings, details and specifications to an architectural design project will be the focus of this course.
Units: 2

CADD-145 - Architectural CADD Applications-Landscaping
CADD 145 is an architectural drafting course where the students will apply CADD techniques to typical architectural drawing and design problems. The drawing, detailing and design of landscaping elements of typical residential or commercial architectural sites will be the focus of this course.
Units: 2

CADD-146A - AutoCAD Software Updates
CADD 146A is a computer-aided drafting and design course that offers students lab training in the updates and new features included in latest release of AutoCAD software.
Units: 0.5 – 2

CADD-146B - Inventor Software Updates
CADD 146B is a computer-aided drafting and design course that offers students lab training in the updates and new features included in the latest release of Inventor software.
Units: 0.5 – 2

CADD-146C - SolidWorks Software Updates
CADD 146C is a computer-aided drafting and design course that offers students lab training in the updates and new features included in latest release of SolidWorks software.
Units: 0.5 – 2
From: Gary Lamit
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 4:40 PM
Subject: Counseling for CDI certificates
Counseling for CDI certificates
The State of California approved the Creo Parametric 18-unit certificate but did not approve the AutoDesk and SolidWorks 18-unit certificates.
The following certificates are still available but are officially discontinued and have been deleted from the program starting in the 2013 Catalog. You may retroactively receive these certificates:
  • Creo Parametric Certificate of achievement advanced 18-Unit (apply through the counseling department)
  • SolidWorks Certificate of achievement 12-Unit (apply through the department by notifying Max and Gary)
  • AutoDesk Certificate of achievement advanced 12-Unit (apply through the department by notifying Max and Gary)
  • CDI Mechanical Design Certificate of achievement 28-Unit (apply through the counseling department)
  • CDI Mechanical Design AA degree 46-Unit (apply through the counseling department)
Max Jeffery Gilleland <gillelandmax@fhda.edu> Gary Lamit <lamitgary@fhda.edu>
You may petition to substitute CDI classes for those not available.
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The new certificate: CDI 2013-2014 New CAD certificate will be approved by the State of CA by Summer term
CDI CAD- Mechanical Design Certificate- 18 units (Approximately 400 hours)
2 units  CDI51 GD and T (50 hours)
4 units  CDI60 SolidWorks Beginning (90 hours)
4 units  CDI61 SolidWorks Intermediate (90 hours)
4 units  CDI70 Creo Beginning (90 hours)
4 units  CDI71 Creo Intermediate (90 hours)
18 units
CAD Lab Classes (approximately 400 hours)
2-units CDI101 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Beginning
2-units CDI102 CAD Lab SolidWorks Beginning
2-units CDI103 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Intermediate
2-units CDI104 CAD Lab SolidWorks Intermediate
2-units CDI105 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Advanced
2-units CDI106 CAD Lab SolidWorks Advanced
2-units CDI107 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Surfaces
2-units CDI108 CAD Lab SolidWorks Surfaces
2-units CDI109 CAD Lab Creo Parametric Sheetmetal
2-units CDI110 CAD Lab Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

May 8, 2013

Co-op to hire position for students near graduations from CDI for position at Space Systems/Loral.

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 5:11 pm

Co-op to hire position for students near graduations from CDI for position at Space Systems/Loral.

Pro/E to JT translation trouble shooting and repair.

Contact:

Job: Co-op to hire position for students near graduations from CDI for position at Space Systems/Loral.
Sassan Khoubyari
Director, PLM & Engineering Systems
Information Technology, SSL
3825 Fabioan Way
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Tel 650-852-7320
khoubyas@ssd.loral.com
Jt is Siemens’ light-weight geometric secondary format to allow large assembly viewing with any CAD data.
There are all translators between CAD and jt.
We are about to launch Teamcenter and after that will migrate to Creo 2 toward end of year.
Position Description:
Pro/E CAD data translation into Siemens Teamcenter jt format Support, troubleshooting, repair and monitoring.
Identify CAD design issues in pro/e preventing from jt translation.
Capture and create a troubleshooting database and cascade updated methods to designers to improve modeling practice.
Position Requirements:
working knowledge of CAD application
familiar with CAD geometry translation process
Junior or higher in engineering or related program

February 25, 2013

Job- Medical Instruments — Wildfire 4.0

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 11:29 pm

Please POST this long term position below that is located here in Sunnyvale at a Medical Instrumentation Company. Thank you

Drafter/ Day Shift/ Duration: Indef.

Rate: $23.07 hr. /Benefits (See Below!) Thanks again

We are seeking a candidate to assist project manager with creating task list and schedule for ID change project. Redline prints, update label artwork and CAD models with ID changes. Order parts and/or create mock ups of ID changes for review . Write ECO’s to release Bill of materials and fabrication, assembly and specification drawings to manufacturing.

The ideal candidate must have at least 3 years of drafting experience. Experience using Pro\E Wildfire 4 CAD software to detail design parts and assemblies. Able to take task instructions verbally, by sketch or from specification document. Ideal to have experience with Adobe Illustrator.

Benefits

·                                                                                                           Holiday Bonus (6 in total/annum) – after 520 continuous, straight time hours

·                                                                                                           Salary Deferral Plan

·                                                                                                           401 (k) Retirement and Savings Plan – After 1 Year of Employment

·                                                                                                           Paid Time Off (up to 2 hours) for Parent/Teacher Conferences

·                                                                                                           Direct Deposit

·                                                                                                           Credit Union Membership

December 31, 2012

Pro/E individuals with consumer product experience. They must also have a lot of experience with surfacing and have worked on some exciting consumer products. Wildfire 5 and above experience is preferred.

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 6:29 pm

I am a recruiter in engineering and we are currently looking for talented Pro/E individuals with consumer product experience.  They must also have a lot of experience with surfacing and have worked on some exciting consumer products.  Wildfire 5 and above experience is preferred.  The position is in SF and our client is looking to interview quite quickly! Is there anyone you can recommend for this?

I appreciate your help and Happy New Year!

Warm regards,


Sreyas Srinath

Recruiter

engineering
650-825-2928 Phone
650-825-2992 Fax
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395 Oyster Point Blvd Ste. 119

S. San Francisco, CA 94080

www.aerotek.com

ro/E individuals with consumer product experience. They must also have a lot of experience with surfacing and have worked on some exciting consumer products. Wildfire 5 and above experience

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 6:25 pm

I am a recruiter in engineering and we are currently looking for talented Pro/E individuals with consumer product experience.  They must also have a lot of experience with surfacing and have worked on some exciting consumer products.  Wildfire 5 and above experience is preferred.  The position is in SF and our client is looking to interview quite quickly! Is there anyone you can recommend for this?

I appreciate your help and Happy New Year!

Warm regards,


Sreyas Srinath

Recruiter

engineering
650-825-2928 Phone
650-825-2992 Fax
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395 Oyster Point Blvd Ste. 119

S. San Francisco, CA 94080

www.aerotek.com

December 24, 2012

Job: looking for and entry level AutoCAD drafter

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 11:16 pm

My name is Carrie Mahan and I’m a recruiter for TEKsystems in the Bay Area. I am looking for and entry level AutoCAD  drafter and Daniel said you would be a great person to reach out to. The client is in the process of building out their team and is really wanting people who have graduated in the last 1-5 yrs and does not require any professional work experience with AutoCAD. The position is located in Fairfield and is a 6 month contract to hire. I wanted to see who you could recommend I reach out to that might be interested in learning more about the position. Feel free to reach me at the number below or shoot me an email at your earliest convenience.

Have a great day!
Carrie
Carrie Mahan | Recruiter
T 925.627.8843 | M 214.228.8149 | cmahan@TEKsystems.com
866.581.5526 | F 925.627.8870
2999 Oak Road, Suite #310, Walnut Creek, CA 94597
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December 21, 2012

Job: Structural Steel Detailing using Pro/Engineer Wildfire 5

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 6:54 pm
Peter Kockelman
President, Summit Steel Works, Corp.
Job: Structural Steel Detailing using Pro/Engineer Wildfire 5
Job Title           : Steel construction detailer using Pro/E Wildfire 5
Job Type           : Permanent position
Location           : San Jose, CA.
Duration           : Full time/part time
Requirement details:
·         Applicant should be an expert with the most basic functions of Pro/E Wildfire including part creation, assembly, and drawing.  We make simple cuts and holes in standard structural steel shapes like plates, tubes, pipes, channels, angles, and I-beams.  We assemble those parts typically into rectangular frames and then produce detail drawings complete with weld symbols and dimensions for our shop to fabricate.
·         Applicant should have good verbal communication skills in order to be understood and talk with the mechanical engineering staff.
·         Applicant should be able to take models that are already made (as parts or assemblies) and then create drawings for these parts showing dimensions, layout, weld symbols, detail notes, section views, etc.  You will be given sample drawings that have been created so you have a general format to follow.
·         Any prior experience to read architectural or structural construction drawings is a huge bonus.
·         Please review our website in its entirety including all the various projects in the gallery we have supplied to the construction industry before applying for this position.
Desired Education:
·         School of hard knocks all the way up to AA degree.  Compensation will vary depending upon the speed and accuracy of your detailing.
Please submit a resume and cover letter via email indicating why you think this position is a perfect fit for you.  Thank you for your interest in our company.  I look forward to meeting you
Peter Kockelman
President, Summit Steel Works, Corp.
850 Faulstich Court
San Jose, CA 95112
Main 408-510-5880
Cell    650-224-3886

December 20, 2012

Job (possible hire before Jan 1st): Position: Drafting Department: Research and Development– Creo Elements Pro/5.0

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 5:29 pm
Please only respond if you have every item listed below and are qualified.
Designer-Drafter
Attach resume
Contact:
Gary Lamit
lgl@cad-resources.cam
Position: Drafter
Department: Research and Development
Date Revised: December 19, 2012
The following is not intended to represent an all-inclusive list of job responsibilities, but to outline the
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and QUALIFICATIONS of the position.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Create and edit engineering 3D models drawings, specifically product component and assembly
drawings, using computer-aided drafting (CAD) tools.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
 Coordinate with engineering team to design or detail components and/or assemblies, and to resolve
design issues.
 Coordinate engineering drawing views and orthographic projection to depict functional relationships of
components and/or assemblies.
 Review and implement the requirements of Engineering Change Requests (ECR) and/or Engineering
Change Orders (ECO) per Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), Work Instruction (WI) and ASME
Y14.5 Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
 Utilize independent judgment to determine if engineering drawings are complete, and comply with
industry regulations or standards.
 Communicate information effectively to others by telephone, email and/or in person.
 Analyze information and evaluate results to identify the best solution and resolve issues.
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Minimum 3 years of experience in Drafting/CAD technology (specifically Creo Elements Pro/5.0).
 College coursework in drafting, geometric dimensional and tolerancing is preferred.
 Experience with Adobe Illustrator and Solidworks is a plus.
 Knowledge of the practical application of engineering, including principles, techniques, procedures
and equipment for the design and production of a variety of goods.
 Experience with one-dimensional tolerance analysis is a plus.
 Must be able to prioritize workload and effectively communicate schedule to others.
 Must be able to use independent judgment to analyze and resolve routine CAD issues.
 Must be able to use independent judgment to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternate
solutions.
 Must be able to review printed materials, including the identification and correction of inconsistencies
(e.g. in the printed word, appearance, etc.).
 Effective written communication skills, including the ability to express ideas in writing so others will
understand.
 Effective oral communication skills, including the ability to listen and understand information and ideas
expressed through spoken words and sentences.
 This is sedentary work at a workstation. Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a
negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, etc. Generally involves sitting most of
the time.

December 19, 2012

CAD job- Inventor

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 7:09 pm

Please post the position below in S. San Jose Long term Contract at 35.00 hr. Thank you!

We are seeking a Drafter with one of our important clients.

The ideal candidate must possess the following requirements:

Minimum 2 years experience with Inventor CAD system -  Experience with Inventor 2012

Minimum 2 years experience as a Mechanical Drafter -  Preferably in capital equipment field

Must have formal GD&T training. Experience with Agile PLM System

Benefits Offered:

·                                                                                                           Holiday Bonus (6 in total per annum) – after 520 continuous, straight time hours

·         Health & Welfare Benefits – enrollment due 30 days from hire, coverage effective the 1st of the month after 3 months of employment (ATR Pays over 60%)

·                                                                                                           Birthday Bonus (8 hours of pay) – after 520 continuous, straight time hours

·                                                                                                           Salary Deferral Plan

·                                                                                                           401 (k) Retirement and Savings Plan – After 1 Year of Employment

·                                                                                                           Financial Planning

·                                                                                                           Paid Time Off (up to 2 hours) for Parent/Teacher Conferences

·                                                                                                           Direct Deposit

·                                                                                                           Credit Union Membership

Lecrecia Prince

Technical Staffing Specialist

408-328-8057 Direct Line

408-328-8001 Fax

November 27, 2012

CDI asks for everyone in the program to complete this survey so we can see what classes you need

Filed under: Computer Aided Design — Administrator @ 6:29 pm

SURVEY

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DB9PMLR

Department: CAD and Digital Imaging WINTER TERM 2013

View courses with open seats in CAD and Digital Imaging.

course note = Course Note * = Distance/Hybrid + = Learning in Communities ^ = Community Service Learning # = Off-Campus

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

31657 * CDI -051.-63Z course note Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (CLAS) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103

31847 CDI -056.-65R course note Special Projects in CAD (TBA) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY TBA

31848 CDI -056X-65R course note Special Projects in CAD (TBA) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY TBA

31849 CDI -056Y-65R course note Special Projects in CAD (TBA) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY TBA

31464 CDI -060G-01 SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103

31446 * CDI -060G-63Z course note SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH SC3103

31450 * CDI -060G-65Z course note SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103

31465 * CDI -060G-66Z course note SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103

31448 CDI -061G-01 SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM TTh BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103

31466 CDI -061G-02 SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-12:20 PM MW KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103

31447 * CDI -061G-63Z course note SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH SC3103

31449 * CDI -061G-65Z course note SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103

31467 * CDI -061G-66Z course note SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103

31468 CDI -062G-01 SolidWorks (Advanced) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-12:20 PM MW KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103

31469 * CDI -062G-63Z course note SolidWorks (Advanced) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103

31476 CDI -070F-01 Creo Parametric 2.0 (Beginning) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31480 * CDI -070F-63Z course note Creo Parametric 2.0 (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31474 CDI -071F-01 Creo Parametric 2.0 (Intermediate) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31482 * CDI -071F-63Z course note Creo Parametric 2.0 (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31472 CDI -072F-01 Creo Parametric 2.0 (Advanced) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31473 * CDI -072F-63Z course note Creo Parametric 2.0 (Advanced) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31717 CDI -073F-01 Creo Parametric 2.0 (Sheetmetal) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-04:20 PM S GEE, JAMES SC3103

31719 * CDI -073F-63Z course note Creo Parametric 2.0 (Sheetmetal) (CLAS) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES SC3103

31471 CDI -074F-01 Creo Parametric 2.0 (Surface) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-04:20 PM S GEE, JAMES SC3103

31470 * CDI -074F-63Z course note Creo Parametric 2.0 (Surface) (CLAS) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES SC3103

31441 CDI -080E-01L AutoCAD (Beginning) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-04:20 PM F KEITH, STEVEN SC3103

31442 * CDI -080E-63Z course note AutoCAD (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA KEITH, STEVEN SC3103
* (LAB) TBA TBA KEITH, STEVEN SC3103

31426 CDI -101X-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (Creo) (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31431 CDI -101Z-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (Creo) (LAB) 03:00 PM-05:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31427 CDI -102X-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31436 CDI -102X-02 CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM MW KLINGMAN, PAUL SC3103

31873 CDI -102X-03 CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:15 PM TTh LOUIE, KENNETH SC3103

31432 CDI -102Z-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB) 03:00 PM-05:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31439 CDI -102Z-03 CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB) 06:00 PM-08:50 PM FS GEE, JAMES SC3103

31438 CDI -102Z-04 CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB) 06:00 PM-08:50 PM TTh BENZIO, ROBERT SC3103

31429 CDI -103X-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (AutoDESK) (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31433 CDI -103Z-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (AutoDESK) (LAB) 03:00 PM-05:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31430 CDI -104X-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (Inventor) (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31434 CDI -104Z-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (Inventor) (LAB) 03:00 PM-05:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31428 CDI -105X-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (NX) (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh LAMIT, GARY SC3103

31435 CDI -105Z-01 CAD Technology Laboratory (NX) (LAB) 03:00 PM-05:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY SC3103
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